David Lemon article

Stephen Rapp's picture

There is an article in PDF format by David Lemon on T1 hinting. All the links I find for it no longer work. Does anybody happen to have this article?

Edit: Basic Type 1 Hinting by David Lemon now attached.

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Artur Schmal's picture

Stephen, I have the article for you. Should I mail it to you?

Best,
Artur

Stephen Rapp's picture

Someone already did, but thanks.

lazydog's picture

i also got across it. can someone send it to me, too, please... ;-)
oliver

Dan Gayle's picture

Link!

Miss Tiffany's picture

Perhaps we need a place for handy old articles without a home on the web. Maybe we can beef the wiki up somehow.

Randy's picture

In this case, Stephen if you'd attach it that'd be great!

Antonio Cavedoni's picture

I’m interested as well.

Mark Simonson's picture

Hey, all. I'm the somebody who sent Stephen a copy of the article. Here's a link to it:

http://www.marksimonson.com/typophile/hinting.pdf

The Fontographer screen shots are a bit out of date but the principles are the same in FontLab or whatever.

(I'll remove it if anyone objects.)

Mark Simonson's picture

By the way, the article has no date on it (not even in the PDF metadata), but I would guess, judging from some of the references in it, that David wrote it sometime between 1998 and 2001.

ebensorkin's picture

Thanks Mark!

John Hudson's picture

Mark, the article dates from 1996. David gave this presentation on PS hinting at the ATypI conference in The Hague that year.

Mark Simonson's picture

Thanks, John. My guess was based on his mention of FontLab 3 (Windows version released in 1998) in the present tense and FontLab 4 (released in 2001) in the future tense. Maybe this was an updated version of his ATypI presentation?

John Hudson's picture

Quite likely.

Miss Tiffany's picture

Mark if you'd like to give the article to me I can add it to the first post.

Mark Simonson's picture

Option-click the link I posted above...

Miss Tiffany's picture

X-X I'm blind!

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